Treatment For Diabetic, Anxiety, Hypertension, Acidity And Ischemic Heart Disease

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Dear Sir, I am 65 years old and I have Diabetic, Anxiety, Hypertension, Acidity and Ischemic Heart disease. My doctor has prescribed me the following medicines
1. FLAVEDON MR
2. Monit 20(Isosorbide mononitrate)
3. Cardace 1.25 mg
4. ECOSPRIN 75
5. Aztor 10
6. Alzolam 0.25
7. Clotitab 75mg
8. Zoryl M2
9. PantocidHyper
Pleas suggest me what medicine and dose should I take

Thanks



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Tatvamasi Says:

Your doctors prescription is just excellent and you should follow as it is.He has covered your problems entirely and suggested mild dosages Thats good.U do not require any change .Pl note that i am not a doctor but a patient like you. I had ischemiea 35 years back .


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